Balls Out: Gary the Tennis Coach

Balls Out: Gary the Tennis Coach

A high school janitor has not recovered from his failed career as a tennis pro. He begins coaching his beloved sport to a group of misfits and leads them to the Nebraska State Championships.

The movie tells the story of Gary Houseman, an overenthusiastic high school janitor who steps-up to lead the school's loser tennis team and leads them to the Nebraska State Championships when the acting coach drops dead. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki


Balls Out: Gary the Tennis Coach torrent reviews

Adrian B (kr) wrote: The only scream here was "stop I can't take anymore of this punishment" needless to see this is as bad as it gets

Anthony K (ru) wrote: Begins with promise, but quickly spirals into a tonally inconsistent mess. "Kid Cannabis" feels like an unrealized idea that was taped together with a hasty voice over to hide the plot holes and gaps in character development. Decent leads may have masked this a little, but as is Jonathan Brown blinks his way through the starring role, delivering his lines like he's reading straight from a page. Its all very jarring, and draws a lot of attention to the film's gleefully misogynist script. Another trip through "Superbad" would be a better use of your time.

Jacki R (ag) wrote: This movie was absolutely horrible, the acting sucked and it wasn't suspenseful at all. It was a waste of my time.

Kristen L (us) wrote: Takes a myth famous from the Darwin Awards and weaves a sophisticated but subtle story around it. I find Canadian movies are always a bit too dark in tone, but this has an amusing sarcasm to it.

Nat G (au) wrote: After the hideous second Herbie film, Disney got back the main actor from the first film, and made a much better film. Although it's not as good as The Love Bug, this is still a great little film, it's funny and Herbie gets up to all sorts of mischief. The only thing I don't get is why on earth does Herbie fall in love with a ugly Lancia? This is a fun family film and all young boys will love this film, even if it does look dated.

Corpse M (au) wrote: pure 100% tasteless sleeze fest. I pushed myself to watch through the first half of this movie because something inside me wanted to see what happens. The first half is straight torture porn. oops, i mean torture AND porn. Everyone is naked and the prisoners are tortured and experimented on. The second half shows the escape and the fate of all the characters. i really enjoyed the ending and felt satisfied, and not because of my orgasm.

Justin F (br) wrote: Kind of surprised I saw this for the first time in 2014. Two years after HAL 9000, along comes sentient computer Colossus (and Guardian). The movie is both oppressive and unsettling, particularly the ending. Colossus' need for surveillance, control of all telecommunications and regimentation/standardization of human activity feel as though they were torn from the pages of Jacques Ellul's 'The Technological Society.' Towards the end, when Colossus unloads its vision of the future, its says something to the effect that humans will at first come to resent its pervasive control, but then we will come to rely on it -- even desire it. Very chilling and prescient.

Henrik S (au) wrote: This one started out quite impressive and like many submarine pictures, it tells the story of two generations clashing their bonky heads in a fearsome struggle of command. Having two Hollywood Dinosaurs such as Gable and Lancaster on the bill makes this film worth watching from the get-go, even though Gable's health is already badly shaken in this one and in some scenes you can see him having the jiggies, but what the heck, it is Clark Gable FFS ! The on-screen chemistry works fine, even though they never became anything close to friends when making this film. The thing that let this one down for me is the ending and plot twist, because it returns to the stretch of being something truly unique to your rather average US-American war film (insert cliche ending here). Still, you should not miss it for the two lead performances alone.

Greg W (it) wrote: another gr8 pairing of Harlow & Gable ('Red Dust")

Benjamin W (kr) wrote: Chaplin's first foray into serious film ends up being a little too heavy handed and cliche in spots. In fact, the lighthearted nature of his other films and directing do peek out in a few scenes, showing that you will always excel in something you're good at.